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Sep
2017
11 Things To Do In Marseille
Posted by: routemate /2000
a quick trip across the ocean to the South of France is a very popular option for many here, while the beautiful grapevines to relax alongside with a gorgeous bottle of wine definitely appeals to some, Johnny Depp being one of them!
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Sep
2017
20 Things To Do In Vietnam
Posted by: routemate /1990
South East Asia has become the number one destination for new traveler, as they go in search of a different culture and lifestyle that will alter the way they see the world and leave them with breathtaking moments they will remember for a life time. Well these come in thick and fast throughout Vietnam, with […]
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Sep
2017
20 Things To Do In Beijing
Posted by: routemate /1950
Located in Northern China, Beijing is the capital and has been for 800 years, forming the hub of this BRIC booming nation, which is seeing tourism shoot through the roof in the past few years. Combining the traditional sights of previous dynasties, with bustling markets and modern culture, Beijing has so much to offer. So […]
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Sep
2017
Why Switzerland is Everyone’s All Time Favourite
Posted by: routemate /1840
The amazing natural beauty of the majestic Alps, the placid lakes, quaint villages, cosmopolitan cities and towering castles – that’s just some of what Switzerland has to offer. Add to it some shopping, wine tasting, delectable chocolates and cheeses and it gets even better. To get the true flavour of this beautiful country, here are […]
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Sep
2017
10 Reasons Why You Must Travel to Bhutan
Posted by: routemate /1770
1. Tiger’s Nest Monastery The Legendary Taktsang Goemba or the Tiger’s Nest Monastery perched at a height of 3000m on a vertical cliff. It is believed Guru Rinpoche flew to this cliff on a flaming tigress and meditated here. This spectacular monastery is one of the most sacred sites to the Buddhist pilgrims.
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Jul
2017
Top Things To Do in Bora Bora
Posted by: routemate /1930
1. Stay in an Over Water Bungalow The over water bungalow was designed in French Polynesia, so it’s no wonder that these huts over blue water are a symbol of Bora Bora. In fact, 2017 marks 50 years of the over water bungalow in French Polynesia! Bora Bora has over water bungalow options at every level of accommodation, and […]
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Jul
2017
France Travel Guide
Posted by: routemate /840
Wine, cheese, the Eiffel Tower, snooty waiters – France is famous for a lot of things and for good reason. It’s beautiful with stunning coastlines, valleys, wine country, forests, and beaches; has some of the best food and wine in the world; historic towns and chateaus, and a long and rich history. And, despite what […]
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Jul
2017
8 Travel Tips For Paris
Posted by: routemate /630
Visiting Paris is an experience that every traveler should have. Paris is the first city I fell in love with. More than 60 countries later, it’s still my favorite city in the world.Since my first trip at the age of 16, I’ve returned seven more times, trying to uncover more layers of the city on each visit. I’ll […]
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16

Jul
2017
10 Great Places to See in Australia
Posted by: routemate /850
Think of the Australian, and it’s likely to be one image that comes to mind first – Uluru. There’s good reason for this, of course, as the great red rock is an iconic image of not just the Outback but of Australia itself. As you might expect, however, there’s much more to the Outback than […]
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Jul
2017
22 Unique Things To Do in London
Posted by: routemate /460
For a one-of-a-kind experience, fall is by far the best time to visit London. You get to explore a quieter city, discover plenty of seasonal events, and enjoy a warm and friendly atmosphere, despite the colder weather. London is a 24/7 city, and it’s also a 12 months-a-year city! The most buzzing, fast-paced metropolis in […]
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Jul
2017
When to Visit London
Posted by: routemate /460
London is a 24/7 city, and it’s also a 12 months-a-year city! The most buzzing, fast-paced metropolis in northern Europe, there’s always something to see and do whatever the time of year. But be sure to bring an umbrella or a raincoat: even in high summer, the British capital gets some heavy showers! You can […]
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13

Jul
2017
Explore Tashkent
Posted by: routemate /860
Russia conquered Uzbekistan in the late 19th century. Stiff resistance to the Red Army after World War I was eventually suppressed and a socialist republic set up in 1924. During the Soviet era, intensive production of “white gold” (cotton) and grain led to overuse of agrochemicals and the depletion of water supplies, which have left the […]
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